Worship

CONNECTING with God through worship and prayer is vital to your relationship with God and one of the core values at King Street Church.  Each week you are invited to nurture your relationship with God through connecting with God and others at one of our four different Sunday worship services.  Read below for a description of each worship service gathering.  Check out these Serving Opportunities.

Sunday Worship:

8:15 a.m. in the Sanctuary
A traditional style of worship embracing the rich heritage of our faith through live preaching from God’s Word, congregational readings, prayers, scripture, singing of classic hymns and songs, as well as fresh new anthems led by the King Street Choir.  A Moeller Pipe organ, grand piano, and orchestra accompany the music and singing.

9:45 a.m. in the Sanctuary and the Baker Center:

Baker Center:  A modern worship service featuring live preaching from God’s word, passionate contemporary worship songs led by the worship band, a comfortable setting and a visually stimulating stage environment. This service is located in the gym at King Street Church.

Sanctuary:  A modern worship service featuring a video simulcast teaching of God’s word, passionate contemporary worship songs led by the worship band, and a comfortable/laid back feel in a traditional worship space.

11:15 a.m. in the Sanctuary and the Baker Center:

Sanctuary:  A blend of our traditional and contemporary services featuring live preaching from God’s word, the singing of Hymns and contemporary worship songs led by the choir and worship band.

Baker Center:  Our newest worship service features passionate contemporary worship songs led by the worship band, video simulcast preaching, a comfortable setting and a visually stimulating stage environment. This service is located in the gym at King Street Church.  Learn More

Worship Live:

We encourage you to attend services in person, and actively engage in worship.  But if you are out-of-town, sick, or otherwise unable to attend, you can watch our services LIVE every Sunday morning.  Click here!